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Students at Washington High School and Washington Middle School participated in a memorial to remember and honor victims of shootings during school on Wednesday, March 14.

It was the students’ way of honoring and recognizing the victims of mass shootings at schools, most recently at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., on Feb. 14, where 17 people were killed.

“About 150 of our students participated in a peaceful memorial/reflection event on campus in response to victims of school violence,” said Washington High School Principal Dr. Kelle McCallum. “The students who participated went to the gym and sat quietly on the floor as each victim’s name was read. At no time was anything political or associated with gun control read. The event lasted about 17 minutes and all students went back to class. We thank all of our students for the way they conducted themselves.”

A similar event took place at the middle school in the cafeteria.

“The event was optional and 100 percent student led. The only role that Washington Middle School played was to make sure our students had a safe and secure place to meet,” said Washington Middle School Principal Ron Millheiser. “The event was simply respectful silence lasting for a peaceful 17 minutes. Following the gathering, the students returned to class. I’m very proud of the kindness shown by our entire student body.”

Pictures from the event at Washington High School are below.


Melissa Feldman, early childhood special education teacher at the Early Learning Center, has been nominated for a Missing Piece Puzzle Award by the Adam Morgan Foundation.

The Adam Morgan Foundation is celebrating its 10-year anniversary by hosting an awards ceremony to recognize dedicated centers and practitioners in the St. Louis metro area.

There are seven different categories in which centers and practitioners will be celebrated. Vote for your “missing piece” for each category.

Feldman is listed in category No. 4, “The Most Inclusive Teacher Award.”

Click here for the survey or see the attached link below. Voting ends at the end of March.


Freshman students in Kelly Wood’s English classes at Washington High School put together a poster walk in the West Wing cafeteria on Monday, March 12.
The topic of research for the students was to celebrate people who model toughness, bravery, courage and perseverance.

Each of the freshman students spent a class period with the WHS students in the transition room with life skills students as a way to understand how people with special needs exemplify GRIT every day and understand the joy of life in the face of adversity. 

The students displayed their research posters and GRIT subjects to the life skills students.  

“My students really came away from the experience with a positive impact and wrote about what they learned,” Wood said. “One student, Allison Meyer, asked if we could include the transition students in our GRIT project, so this is how the invitation for the poster walk became an event.

“Also, one of my students invited her grandfather to speak to our class. Many of the students have wonderful stories about how their grandparents or great grandparents fought in wartime and made an impact. The book we read, “Night” by Elie Wiesel, was the literary focus and non-fiction example of GRIT.”

Photos from the poster walk are below.


Clearview Elementary School held a spelling bee for students in grades four through six on Wednesday, March 14.

The spelling bee took place in the gymnasium with third-, fourth-, fifth- and sixth-grade students and teachers looking on.

Taylor Steffens, a sixth-grade student, was the winner of the spelling bee. Isaac Lough, a sixth-grade student, was the runner-up.

Steffens will represent Clearview Elementary at the Washington Missourian Regional Spelling Bee Saturday, April 21, at the East Central College auditorium.

Photos of the Clearview Elementary spelling bee competition and the two finalists are below.

Clearview Elementary spelling bee participants.

Taylor Steffens (right), a sixth-grade student, was the winner of the Clearview Elementary spelling bee. Isaac Lough (left), a sixth-grade student, was the runner-up.


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District Calendar

Today: 3/19/18

SOAR! Summer Learning Experience

Registration for the Summer Learning Experience starts soon!

Elementary registration begins March 19. High School and Middle School registration begins April 2.

WINGS Major Saver Cards on Sale

The WINGS Educational Foundation is offering Major Saver cards for sale through the elementary and middle schools March 6-19.

Proceeds from the sale of the $15 Major Saver cards directly support the participating schools and the WINGS Educational Foundation. Click here for more details.

One2One Risk Damage Waiver Program

The School District of Washington offers a damage waiver/device protection plan, through AJ Gallagher Risk Management, that enables patrons to save a considerable amount of money, should the student's 1:1 device become damaged or lost. This is an annual fee that is paid through the One2One Risk web page. To enroll, click the One2One Risk link below and select "Enroll My Device" (For students grade 5-12). The other link below provides a How-To Tutorial.


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Trauma-Informed Schools Initiative Publication

Senate Bill 638 (2016) required the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) to create a website about the trauma-informed schools initiative that includes information for schools and parents regarding the trauma-informed approach and a guide for schools on how to become trauma-informed schools. Click here for the website.

Early Release Days

The next Early Release Day is Wednesday, March 21. All K-12 students will be released (1) hour early. Click here for Early Release Day schedules and procedures.


The safety of our students and staff is a top priority. Click here for district safety information.